The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1899 · Page 5
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THE UPPER DBS MO1KES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAB1M, 1899, Remnant Sale This Week and Next. Remnants of everything—dress goods worsteds, flannels, staple goods, ribbons, embroideries and laces. *®~Remember yon can save money on any purchase you make. Chrischilles & Herbst RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAI. TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 9:05 am No.3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 10:45pm No.71 departs at 3:20pm No. 65 departs at 8:30pm TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at 6:28 pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 10:10 pm No.94 departs at 2:20Jim R. F. HEDHICK, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. Mrs. A. A. Brunson is very sick. The mill bridge week. will be here this CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight ..11:30 a m Pass 7:05 am Mixed. North- Mixed 7:30 a m Freight 12:15 pm 12:15pmPass 2:40 pm Mixed ".'.'..... 7:54pm Mixed 10:50 p m Arrive at Des Molnes at 13:15 p. m., 6:15 p. m., and 1:20 a. m. ' •-. F. H. VESPER, Agent. Dr. Morse is examining the boys for Company P. Prank Stebritz has fine twins at the depot, a boy and girl. Milton Starr has been confined to his house with grip the past week. ^ The city council met Saturday evening and adjourned until last evening. The examining committee found $54,000 on hand in the county treasury. The Methodists are talking of selling their old church to the highest bidder at public auction. The county board will let the county doctoring by districts the same as last year, and advertise soon. Marriage licenses have been issued to Lewis Eckholrn and Helen Harris, Aura Churchill and Isabel Fox. Algona's death rate for 1898 was five to the 1,000, 15 deaths during the year. The slate death rate was 15 to the 1,000. plan and hopes to see the building go up this season. Mr. Durdall will get plans at once if a site is secured. The new Northwestern time card does not change trains much at Algona. The morning train from the south comes five minutes laler. The Northwestern now runs a passenger from Chicago to Omaha in 12 hours. Secretary Peek says the secretaries of a half dozen counties will meet in a week or two to arrange a new circuit for this year. Clarion wants In and also other county seats. The circuit this year will be better than last year. J. R. Mawdsleyof Hurt has a milk record for the past year that shows what cows will do. His milk checks range from $57.05 up to $102.30 for every month of 1898. His total for milk for the 12 months was a few dollars short of $900. What will beat that record? W. W. Jones will build in the spring on the Metzgar lots west of Dr. Morse's. He has moved into town for the winter, and will soon go on the road letting mall routes. He will put up a neat home and live in Algona hereafter. " Wat" is one of the pioneer boys who has made a big success. Company P is being rapidly organized. At the meeting Saturday evening ten were down from Bancroft and two from Burt. It is expected that Bancroft will furnish 20 enlistments. The military company is a good thing and those who are reorganizing it are to be thanked for their efforts. Mayor Chrischilles read a very valuable paper before the social union PH day evening on municipal ownership and control of electric light and water plants in Algona. N^xt week THE UPPER DES MOINES will publish it in full and comment on it. Miss Turner gave a very entertaining talk on art. Rudolph Anderson won out in the West Point cadet contest at Port Dodge. He is a son of the populist editor at Forest City, and was a popular member of Company F in the war. He is 21 years of age and in every way fitted for the position. His old comrades will compliment him on his success. Will Sterzbach has gone to Seneca to become buttermaker there. His plan to go to Georgia to run the John Wallace creamery has not materialized. When it came to collecting the stock that had been subscribed at Cuthbert it was not forthcoming. Mr. Wallace is now working up a creamery in another town. The county board has let the county grading. E. J. Hatch gets the first and second districts, Jos. Cosgrove the third and fifth, and J. W. Curtis the fourth. The price is about one cent a yard higher than last year, but that was to be expected in view of the demand for labor and the high wages that will prevail. He will then stand on his legal claim. The city will undoubtedly prevent him from putting in ah engine inferior to the one it expected. In any event the matter will soon come to a head, and if Bigelow fails to get an acceptable engine the city will get one. A local interest attaches In Algona to the Hughes murder trial in Masoft City. Ed. and Lottie Hughes fan the first steam merry-go-round at the Kossuth county fair, and for three years in succession were with J. B. Winkel at the fair grounds showing the Domestic machines. They have visited at the Winkel home several times and the Winkels have visited them at Mnson City. Mr. Winkel says they never saw any indication of anything wrong with the family, and ho thinks that it was a sudden infatuation of Mrs. Hughes for the man Ooude which led her to kill her husband, if she is proven guilty. The trial is the most sensational ever held In northern Iowa. The county board spent nearly all day Monday with Dr. Lacy. The doctor holds a judgment of over $300 against the county, and the costs are over $400, some $225 of them on the doctor on account of his suit being sent back by the supremo court. But aside from this the doctor has over $800 of bills that he has not presented for his services to the poor, and these he wants allowed in the settlement he asks. He is willing to cut this $800 batch in two if the county will pay his costs, but this makes only a throwing off of less than $200 on his whole claim, much of which the county does not think it is held for. No conclusion has been reached, but it is doubtful if the county will settle on the basis the doctor holds out for. nutter Mnltcr Wnnted. The Lone Rock Co-operative Creamery Co. desires to engage a butter maker for the coming year, commencing March i, and will receive applications until Wednesday, Feb. 15,1899. In np- plying state salary wanted. Dwelling furnished, and married man preferred. Call on or ad dress John Bern hard, secretary, Lone Rock, Iowa. 46t2 Notice to l»ny Up. All persons owing mo on account are requested to call and settle at once I am in need of money. JOSEPH DUNWOODIE. Irvington, Iowa. Happy New Year I want you all to be happy, and I know you will be if you buy your groceries from me during the year 1899. ames Patterson Co-dries' Blocks as The Falling of the Thermometer is certain in January. Therefore it is a good plan to to keep plenty of COAL in your bins. Hocking Valley is the BEST COAL for cold weather, as it gives good heat and it LASTS WELL. , Orders promptly filled—30 is our tel- phone number. IF. S. NORTON, j "! The Lumberman. Suit's Hog Cholera Remedy. J, L. Sutton gets als every day for Cholera Remedy. new testimom- his Sure Cure TO whom It bought some sick 0 Sutt's Hog Cholera meaiclne.'as'I had faith that I could cure them- I lost only two. Then I reread the dl- re-ctionsand fo/ncII was noteding accord- Sheriff Christensen went to Minnesota yesterday noon. He is on the track of a horse thief wanted down south. The firemen's annual • masquerada comes Feb. 14. It is to be a big affair. The prizes are now on exhibition at Durdall'e. Melzar Haggard bus the second copy of the Titonka Topic that came from the press. The new paper will be issued today. Dr. Kenefick says be cannot go to Columbus, Ohio, to read the paper he was invited to before the national medical association. The county board has not yet decided what to do about the claims of W. H. Jones and the engine owners for the damage at the Black Cat bridge. The dedication of the new Methodist church is to occur Feb. 19. The organ recital by Harrison Wilde will come the Thursday evening following. The Tennant house had a little fire last Thursday morning. It did no damage but filled things with smoke and got the guests out early in the morning. Harrison Wilde's pipe organ recital will be held Feb. 23. It will pay to keep the date in mind. It will be the finest musical entertainment ever given in Algona. F. W. Daubney of Decorab has been at Swea City looking at the openingfor a new bank. Daubney is a character over in his own country if all reports are true. ing to directions and I can say I lost no more hogs after feeding it right, and I believe if anyone feeds it as it should be fed they can save feet satisfaction. W. BALDWIN. Call on or address J. L. SUTTON, Algona, Iowa. A. L. Helton and L. T. Griffen had a little altercation in town one day last week and Griffen had Belton arrested. The case will be tried before 'Squire Clarke Friday. Pettibone says the 27 below all Sunday It was a cold wave with a Weather Clerk mercury stood at night. have seen nothing vengeance. We like it for years. _ BrownelPs big shoe sale continues another week. Ha is putting out more shoes than have ever before been sold in Algona in a dull season. He has some big bargains. The Wigwam has just received a car load of seeders and harrows fromSelby, Starr & Co., Peoria. The Wigwam has handled this popular line of goods for more than 20 years. From Feb. 6 to Feb. 18 the Durdall store will cut a lot of clothingone-third to dispose of it. Now is the time to buy cheap. It is well to buy early while the assortment is good, also HIS HEART'S DESIRE was to obtain a rich, juicy steuk, and he got it here. Couldn't get uuy other kind because wo don't deal iu poor meats. The quality is nbove criticism. You will know It "you buy or MOEBROS. BUYS A STOVE Pretty good 0110, too—large are pot, big heating surface- just the thing for a carpenter shop. Call at XJ. D. W- P. C. Jones, a traveling man who knows Rev. Day, has presented him with a handsome roll top oak desk for hia study in the new church. It is ordered and will soon ba here. Supt. Van Erdewyk has his program about complete for the Algona meeting, Feb. 18. A number of the leading teachers and superintendents from neighboring counties will read papers and joiu in the discussions. The Durdall hotel proposal is still being discusaed and some definite options on a building site have been secured. Everybody thinks well of the The supreme court has affirmed A. D. Clarke's title in the forty acre tract near the Milwaukee depot that formerly belonged to Harry Walkley. The deed made by Mr. Walkley to Mr, Clarke was carelessly drawn and the Walkley heirs sued to set it aside. The lower court and the supreme court both hold with Mr. Clarke. The "Other Shoe Store" opens up Saturday. That is what C. O. Simpson calls his new store in the Heise block. He has put in some elegant goods and is making a specialty of fine ladies' shoes. He has all kinds, however, to suit everybody and is a shoe man of long experience. Our readers should call and get a souvenir. Bishop Vincent gave a splendid lecture Saturday evening and Sunday preached twice for union meetings in the Congregational church. It is safe to say that two more liberal, broad, sensible, and convincing sermons were never preached in Algona by anybody. The bishop was the guest of Gardner Cowles while in Algona. Sam. Witter, while sawing wood at S. C. Spear's Wednesday, had a paralytic stroke. His right side was wholly paralyzed. He was taken to his home, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mullica, and has been cared for there, Dr. McCoy attending. He is now some better, but can only move his toes a little of bis whole right side. Mr. Ripke has just received one of the latest and most improved optbal- mometers of the latest pattern for the purpose of more thoroughly rendering the diognoses of the refractive errors of the eye. Mr. Ripke aims to keep abreast of the times, and to give his patrons the benefit of the latest inventions. With the addition of this valuable instrument to his office, and with the many others makes it as complete as any of those of the large cities of the east. J. A. Hamilton has given the reading room a curiosity. It is a piece of hickory full of iron. It seems that a hickory tree will take the iron out of the soil it grows in and deposit it in the wood. In places in Missouri the hickory is all worthless on that account. The wood will turn a saw or plane just as though it were full of nails. Mr. Hamilton says a man cannot be too careful in buying hickory, for it is easy to get caught. The metal can be seen in the wood in thin sheets, it is so plenty. The managers of the coming meeting of the state sportsmen's association at Algona have appointed committees. C. T. Chubb and M. P. Haggard will arrange for programs, C. C. Call and A. Rutherford are to get grounds, John G. Smith and Guy L. Taylor will provide targets. There will be nine traps, and two days will be devoted to targets and one to live birds. A special match ia likely between Mortenson and Taylor against an Otturawa. team. Mortenson has challenged them. Other special matches are being arranged. DRESSMAKING, cutting and fitting. Sewing by the day or at home. ,. . MES. EFFIE E. WHEEiiOCK. Cor. W. McGregor and S. Williams Sts. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent, interest. Optional payments. H. HOXIE. Switches Wanted. For switches and hair chains call on Setchell & Setchell. Algona, Iowa, or write to W. J. Wells, Osage, Iowa, whose work here is so well known and prices are so low. All work is guaranteed to suit. 32t9 Farm For Sale. The Gotlieb Bobn farm in Plum Creek is for sale. The swi of Sec. 8-96, 28. Apply to Mrs. Julia, Bohn at farm or to Wm. H. Ingham.-45tf MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. A Good Jack Knife at this time of year is an appropriate tool to have with you. It will be a long time till spring and you will have many chances to use it. We have just received a belated invoice of cutlery—should have been hero for the holidays— and we are going to give our customers an opportunity to get something good at a very cheap price. Wo will sell a heavy, two-bladed brass-lined American made knife, made from Wardlow's best blade steel, sharp Of| f~!£&-f^4-c and ready for use, for only Ozy wC?lHO It is a knife that sells everywhere for .60 cents. Every mmmmmmmmmmi^m knife fully warranted. Yon should soo our 26c and 15c knives, made from the same material and warranted, too, if you please. This special price will hold good till Feb. II only. We have a fine line of butcher knivea. For every one you buy and find defective we will GIVE YOU TWO. What more could you ask? FOB time loans on real estate at Koesuth County State Bank. apply Your Wedding Buy your wedding ring of us, we always make the bride a present. 5tf DlNGLEY & PUGH. Mi 1 . Bigelow is in Sioux City negotiating for an engine for the electric light plant. As stated by THE UPPER DBS MOINES last week, he is getting an engine in accord with hia ideas of what hia contract calls for and not to comply with the specifications furnished to the city. He intends to bring it to Algona and put it in unless restrained. An Easy Way to Pay Old Debts. Farm loans on the amortizement plan. See Thos. F. Cooke before making a loan. MEETINGS. Seventh Day Adventists hold services at their church every Sabbath at 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. All are invited. Special meeting of Prudence lodge, No. 205, next Monday evening for work in the third degree. This is in lieu of the meeting appointed for Friday night of this week. The subject of the sermon next Sunday at First Church of Christ, Scientist, will be "Soul." Odd Fellow's parlors, 10:45 a. m. Testimonial service Wednesday, at 3 p. m. Stock Sale. The undersigned will oifer at public auction at 10 o'clock a. m. at the F. W. Dingley farm, 3£ miles west of Algona, H miles west of Hobart, and 6 miles east of Whittemore, on Thursday, Feb. 9, seventy head of cattle as follows: Fifteen head of cows, one bull, the rest young stock ranging from six weeks to two years old, about two-thirds of them steers. Free lunch at noon. Terms: One year's time on all sums over $10, at 8 per cent, with approved security; all sums under $10 cash. F. W. DINGLEY. C. A. RANEY. D. A. Haggard, Auctioneer. SAMUEL—Don't figure on marrying a model wife unless you are a mind reader, and know for certain that she takes Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. __ MORE precious than pure gold because it never fails to cure your headache, indigestion, constipation, pimples, bad blood. A great system regulator. Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. A FAMOUS dish for breakfast—keeps the whole family well—costs only 35c— lasts 30 days—one package of Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. Altfoiia MarUeta. Wheat took a big bulge in Chicago last week, but is now dropping back a little. It is worth 60 cents now in Al- g-ona oats 24, corn 25, barley 35, flax il.06. Hogs bring $3.30. Cattle are plenty. Barton & Crabtree have bought 400 the past two weeks. The Other Shoe Store will open Saturday, and Will give away 150 Pairs of boots and shoes to the ladies as souvenirs. We want everybody to come. We shall carry a full stock of everything in the boot and shoe line, and the prices will be wnat you are bound to call "just right." C. O. Simpson. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.. Office over Algona State Bank. Fanners' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanovev of New York, Minnesota B'ire, Minneapolis, RocUford of Rockford. Lloyd's Plate Glass or New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. PEESONAL MOVEMENTS. New FOR the Mardi Gras Carnivals at New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala., Feb. 14, 1899, round trip excursion tickets can be, had at the depot of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Bail- way company for $35.56. Tickets on stile Fob. 6 to 13 inclusive-, return limit Feb. 28, 1899. Wm. Ehlers is expected home from York City this week. Mrs. Geo. C. Call went to Milwaukee yesterday for a short visit. Mrs. B. F. Hedrick and daughter Annabel have gone south to spend a few months. Evangelist Ostrom and singer Hillis come this afternoon from Chicago at 2:45 o'clock. Edson Williams was in town Saturday and Sunday shaking hands with old time friends. The K. P.s have a social dance this evening strictly for themselves. It will be a pleasant affair. Geo. E. Clarke goes to Minneapolis this week to try a law suit there in which L. J'. Rice is interested. Misses Mary and Nannie Kain are in Do Kalb, 111., visiting relatives. They will be gone about four weeks. Guy Scott is out letting' mail routes for the Ambrose A. Call campauy. He came in from Nebraska Saturday. Henry Mason came in yesterday morning from Council Bluffs. He goes back again Monday to continue organizing the Woodmen. Geo. C. Call went to Oskaloosa to attend the funeral of Gol. Stedman, who died there. The remains were taken to Charitan fov buvial. Mrs. Cheever Hudson received word yesterday of the death of her brother in Chicago. She was unable to gat away to attend the funeral. Mrs. A. L. Seeley has beau iu Minneapolis with her daughter, Mrs. Isenberger, whose little boy died of spinal meningitis a short time-ago. She returned Monday. J. W. Robinson returned from Cedar Falls Saturday. Mrs. Robinson is <mite sick at her home there with grip and. uerv- oua prostration, and one oi the little R!I?U i? also uuwell. a very old, are in poor health and the latter was considered in danger. Both are better , at present writing. Hansen of Britt, one of the expert mail route letters for Cowles & Murtagh, came from Louisiana Saturday. He says that country is all under water. He could only make 10 miles a day on horseback in many places. J. S. Trigg, the conductor of the farmers' institute, came in this morning, r He says that story of Bailey's about nis putting green goggles on his old cow is all right, but that she wouldn't need green goggles to size up Bailey if she should meet him on the road. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicoulin and Mr, and Mrs. J. P, Nicoulin went to Wisconsin Monday evening, to attend a Nicoulin family reunion. Mr. Wai. Pinker-ton, who was expected, was detained by important legislation and will not come to Algona until in March. C. F. Buker is home from Des Moines, where he has been ou an auditing committee to investigate into the affairs of the American Yeoman, the Paul Bros.'fraternal insurance society. He reports that it takes an office force of nine men now to attend to the business, and that 04 new applicants have been received in one day. The total membership in good standing is now above5,000. OLD SETTLEBS BURNED OUT, by I. 6, Scuryver's Home Destroyed Fire Yesterday MornlllK. I. G. Scbryver's home on Black Cat was burned, to the ground yesterday morning. Tho lost* is totiil. Mr. and •Mrs. SrSohryvi. j .r vvtii'o both burned considerably. An orjfim and sewing 1 mar chine are all that was saved. ft few lumps left; closing M. Z. Grove & Son's. out

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